Campbell said the digital economy was contributing on a daily basis to NSW's productivity, its global competitiveness and to the 'social wellbeing of everyone in the State."
"To date, the uptake of technology in NSW has in some areas been slow but the Government's ICT strategy aims to address this, and AIIA members look forward to working with the Government to ensure its strategy is effectively and widely implemented."
Campbell said ICT industry revenue in NSW was about $32.5 billion and the sector employed more than 114,200 people.
"NSW accounts about 40 per cent of ICT businesses in Australia and the state dominates Australia's telecommunication, computer and information services exports. The NSW Government strategy will strengthen and build on the solid base the state already has in ICT and will help all industries grow and prosper."